We provide safe

and nurturing

family-based care

Creating opportunities

for a positive future

Providing a second

chance at family

Our foster mothers

epitomize the

values of Ubuntu 

Strong family

values are formed 

at Home from Home

Colourful Mural like a Giant Colouring-in Book – Mandela Day

Roscoe Masters, the head of art at Sea Point High School decided to paint giant make- believe characters on a garden wall outside our foster home in Westlake.

He started teaching art to these four children in hard lockdown last year and thought this would be a great gift for them ahead of Mandela Day next weekend!
“I challenged them to paint the wall in 67 minutes” he says with a chuckle.

“I think they really loved the experience and are very proud of their bright, new mural. It has certainly received quite a bit of attention from the community. I was part of the World Cup mural group that painted 18 bus shelters on the Cape Flats for the 2010 Soccer World Cup so I have had a little practice!” describes Roscoe.

Roscoe is often involved in community projects. One of the most rewarding being the Orange Art Project.

Computers in every Foster Home

In April 2020, a bold campaign was launched to provide computer connectivity into all 36 of our homes.

This was absolutely crucial to enabling the regular support to the families and allowing the children access to their education during these restricted times.

Our donors responded magnificently! Within a month we were able to start phase one in installing this technology into the seven Khayelitsha homes. Three months later we were supported for the rest of the homes.

Now, one year later, we are so pleased to report that we have completed this installation for all our families. Going forward, no matter how we come out of this pandemic, we could not continue without this development for our families. Having access to knowledge in this way is vital to an equal chance in this world.

Transitional Support Programme – Youth Update

Our transition house forms a crucial part of our aging out of care programme. It is a wonderful way for our youth to start living independently while continuing to obtain support from Home from Home.

We are so proud to share a few updates in our transition house this youth month.

Sofia was ecstatic to receive her first payslip! It was a truly joyful day for her. She is very dedicated and fully focused on what is required from her and happily works overtime if needed. She is also a very helpful member of the transitional house who happily goes about doing her chores and duties.

Zukile completed Matric last year and received a bachelor pass and is currently looking at various career options. He is interested to learn more about two very different fields! Law enforcement and graphic design!
Zukile has applied at an Art School outreach programme.
While he decides on his next step, he is volunteering at our Home from Home Head Office in Plumstead. We love having Zukile around!

The young chef in the house has been employed by a large, well-known organic store for the past year and is loving the experience.

He is currently the only chef that prepares the vegetarian and vegan dishes and is extremely focused. He has started saving a portion of his salary each month.

He is a compassionate young man who has connected well with the new members in the transition house. He also enjoys a strong bond with his biologicial brother and visits him regularly.

Foster Mother’s Love

Support a Loving Family Foster Home

Donate and support a loving foster home and provide some of the most marginalised and vulnerable children a second chance of having family.

To be part of this rewarding experience of supporting a loving family foster home, please send an email to info@homefromhome.org.za

For the Love of Art – The Orange Art Project

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